Chronixx unleashes music video for his single “Capture Land”
LRG presents the official the latest music video of Chronixx for his single “Capture Land” produced by Winta James. In the song “Capture Land”, taken from “The Dread And Terrible Project”, Chronixx is teaching us about colonization and claim his pride of belonging to the African nation as a black rasta man. “A long time dem wah treat de rasta man like dem huh kno seh man a real african. Yuh think me huh memba a King Ferdinand…”. The video, shot in Jamaica and directed by Jerome D, captures the vestige of colonialism in contrast with the raw beauty of the land of wood and water briefly exposed in certain scenes.
“Carry we go home, a seh fi sekkle and cease cah man a rasta man. A rasta nah live pon huh capture land.”
The video is available for free streaming on Youtube. Watch & enjoy. Do not hesitate to share if you like it. Tell us what you think about the song and the video by commenting. If you want to buy the album “The Dread And Terrible” on iTunes click on the button below.
For more music and videos from Chronixx, visit his official website: Chronixxmusic.com
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